IusHealthstore.com looks and acts like most scams, that is to say, they want you to trust them but they haven’t given you good reasons to do so. They act like they have solid evidence to back the things they say. However, in truth, all they have to offer is more words. Some companies can be trusted solely based on what they say but that is only because they have been around for a long time and their experience has earned them more than enough credibility. This store doesn’t have that luxury.
|Name of Organisation||Popular Pills Online|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
There are two sides to this domain. On the one hand, it is new, having been created on the 21st of December 2020, just a few months ago. On the other hand, the domain is expected to expire in 2025.
In other words, the website is very young. Customers are generally expected to ignore young websites because of all the dangers they tend to bring to the table. And yet, many scams on the internet are not only young but their lifespans are very short.
They tend to expire just a year or two after they came into existence. But this one expects to stick around for at least five years, which shows a surprising amount of confidence. That isn’t enough to compensate for their young domain age but it earns the store some leeway.
ScamAdviser also agrees that the store deserves some leeway, not only because of their expiration date but also because of their SSL Certificate, whose presence shows you that the platform can keep your information safe from hackers.
For the moment, they don’t appear to have any related websites. Though, their design resembles so many shops on the internet that no one would blame you for thinking that they are a mirror site.
The pharmacy has two warning signs that immediately set them apart as a potential scam. First, they are just a year old. On its own, that isn’t the worst attribute, especially when you consider the fact that every legit drugstore on the internet was initially just as young.
The domain age becomes a big issue once you realize that they keep telling everyone that they are 12-years-old. This is the biggest lie they have told. It is also the most concerning because a store that can’t be trusted to tell the truth about its age can’t be trusted to tell the truth about anything else.
Secondly, as was noted before, their design resembles several online pharmacies. One explanation is that they copied the design. But that doesn’t help them because it is a sign of laziness. It is also unprofessional. The other explanation is that they are a mirror site.
If you investigate them thoroughly, you will realize that they don’t have a business address. This makes it very difficult to pin down their origins, which is why no one can figure out whether or not they are connected to any other internet pharmacies. This makes them look even worse.
They haven’t been around for that long. However, that doesn’t excuse their absence from the LegitScript database. Every pharmacy must secure various licenses before it opens its doors. This one doesn’t have any licenses. What does this mean? They are not a legal dispensary.
Their drugs treat all the common illnesses, including:
✔ Gastrointestinal Tract Infections
✔ Obesity, to mention but few
Whether or not they ask for prescriptions will depend on the laws of your country. If your nation expects internet pharmacies to demand prescriptions, this one will ask for them as well.
Pricing and Payments
Their products are very cheap but they have failed to explain why. The justification found on their website is weak. They only accept credit cards. This will make them unpopular in circles that do not have credit cards.
Their delivery options are a little more diverse. They use both standard and express international mail, with shipping fees ranging between ten and thirty dollars.
If the store had genuine customer reviews, they would have compensated for the other failings. But the reviews are just as fake as everything else on their platform.
Even though their ScamAdviser rating is high, they earn an overall trust rating of 1 star because their reviews are fake, they lack a business address, and they haven’t been licensed to sell medicine.